The EU’s Proposed AI Act and Practical Considerations for Companies
Many jurisdictions around the world have published proposed plans and policy papers on their plans to regulate AI. The European Commission’s proposal for a regulation laying down harmonised rules on AI (the “EU AI Act”) is one of the most concrete proposals for an AI regulation available to date. In this session, we will discuss the proposed regulatory framework and some practical considerations for companies.
This session will cover:
• An introduction to the EU AI Act
• Practical considerations for companies:
• Identifying “AI” systems and “high-risk” AI systems
• How to comply with the substantive obligations on “high-risk” AI
• Interplay between the EU AI
Sam Jungyun Choi is an associate in the technology regulatory group in the London office. Her practice focuses on European data protection law and new policies and legislation relating to innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence, online platforms, digital health products and autonomous vehicles. She also advises clients on matters relating to children’s privacy and policy initiatives relating to online safety. Sam advises leading technology, software and life sciences companies on a wide range of matters relating to data protection and cybersecurity issues.